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mongocli atlas privateEndpoints aws watch
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Watch the specified AWS private endpoint in your project until it becomes available.
This command checks the endpoint's state periodically until the endpoint reaches an AVAILABLE or FAILED state. Once the endpoint reaches the expected state, the command prints "Private endpoint changes completed." If you run the command in the terminal, it blocks the terminal session until the resource becomes available or fails. You can interrupt the command's polling at any time with CTRL-C.
To use this command, you must authenticate with a user account or an API key that has the Project Read Only role.
mongocli atlas privateEndpoints aws watch <privateEndpointId> [options]
Unique 24-character alphanumeric string that identifies the private endpoint in Atlas.
help for watch
Hexadecimal string that identifies the project to use. This option overrides the settings in the configuration file or environment variable.
Name of the profile to use from your configuration file. To learn about profiles for MongoCLI, see https://dochub.mongodb.org/core/atlas-cli-configuration-file.
If the command succeeds, the CLI returns output similar to the following sample. Values in brackets represent your values.
Private endpoint changes completed.
# Watch for the AWS private endpoint with the ID 5f4fc14da2b47835a58c63a2 to become available in the project with the ID 5e2211c17a3e5a48f5497de3: mongocli atlas privateEndpoints aws watch 5f4fc14da2b47835a58c63a2 --projectId 5e2211c17a3e5a48f5497de3